The best fiction options for a weekend that you can enjoy on the platform and that are ideal to spend a weekend with rain.
For a weekend that appears to be unstable meteorologically, nothing better than having good fiction options to take into account.
It is one of the most interesting comedies of recent years. The series created by Dan Harmon is a good definition of what a sitcom is and how it works and is very funny.
A lawyer who is revoked must return to the university by creating a Spanish study group, and although he is not very fluent in the language, the group that is brought together begins to meet and learn from each other.
Ryan Murphy continues with his work within the framework of the lucrative agreement between the creator and Netflix to bring us “Hollywood”, a curious story in which the prolific author reinvents the history of the seventh art to tell us the way to the top of a group of young people that in the golden age of cinema, wants to break with the rules and everything established, to start promoting social change from the big screen.
A good miniseries in which the most curious will enjoy this dissection of the obsolete values and canons of modern Hollywood.
In this series, we see what life is like for Johnny Lawrence and Daniel Larusso 30 years after the events that occurred in “Karate Kid”.
Although the series could fall into the typical nostalgic clichés of this type of project, “Cobra Kai” perfectly succeeds in reusing these characters in another way, to tell a relatively new story, which deep down drinks from good lore informed and a wide variety of references to the original work.
If we talk about the ‘political’ genre, there are many series that are mention dynasties such as “The West Wing of the White House” or “House of Cards”, and to understand the success of this second, it is necessary to go to “Borgen”, a Danish drama that shows a spectacular x-ray of politics, as well as what is the cost of each move that occurs on this chessboard.
One of the great surprises of the year is “Lupine”, the series starring Omar Sy, which immediately became one of the most-watched of the year thanks to an intense and entertaining thriller in which a charismatic man named Assane will perpetuate a spectacular robbery in the Louvre that later we will realize that it is only a first step towards personal revenge for an injustice that destroyed his life.